The tourist booth in many small communities is often a valuable source of information for tourists and travelers who pass through the community.
It provides visitors and locals with a variety of information about subjects that include: information about the local area, provincial and local attractions, accommodations,mrecreational activities and
information about local businesses and services.
The Preeceville booth also sells Preeceville souvenirs.
The Preeceville Tourist Booth opened for the season on June 24 with the last day of the season being at the end of August. The Preeceville Tourist Booth, located in the parking lot at the south end of Main Street, was built in 1992 by the Preeceville EDC/Tourism Committee.
The booth is operated by volunteers from the community.
“Their dedication and friendliness make it an enjoyable stop for visitors and we appreciate their help tremendously,” said Elaine Simpson, Preeceville EDC officer.
In 2014, there were visitors from all over Saskatchewan as well as Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and British Columbia, as well as a few from the United States.
“You can stop by the Preeceville Tourist Booth Preeceville tourist booth is a valuable asset during the summer months to see what we have to offer and visit one of our many friendly volunteers,”
said Simpson. “Volunteers are always welcome and if you would like to be one, please feel free to contact the town office.”